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Questions about books for SCBCD exam

 
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I have SCBCD Exam Study Kit and Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans (2nd).
Which book I should read first? Is Mastering EJB good for SCBCD exam preparation?

Are there another good books for SCBCD exam except Head First EJB (I already know Head First EJB is the best one)?
 
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Hi Kengkaj,
I suppose you have all the books you need to do very well in exam. Believe me if you study from HF EJB and SCBCD exam study kit. you can definetly get more than 80+ or may be 90+.
In my opinion, If you have knowledge of EJB then preparing from SCBCD Exams study kit will be good and you will have no problem in understanding EJB . It is a very good book for preparation. but if you are new to EJB then believe me HF EJB is the best book to start.

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Thank you.
How about Mastering EJB (2nd) by Ed Roman et al, and Enterprise JavaBeans (3nd) by Richard Monson-Haefel? Are they good for SCBCD preparation?

I have 3 books: SCBCD Exam Study Kit, Mastering EJB (2nd), and Enterprise JavaBeans (3nd). What book is appropriate for beginner?
[ November 27, 2005: Message edited by: Kengkaj Sathianpantarit ]
 
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